Latino Climate Politics, or Seeing God’s wrath in the hurricanes

Latino Climate Politics, or Seeing God’s wrath in the hurricanes

Victor Landa September 21, 2017

Hurricane Harvey left fear, uncertainty and ruin in its wake. The Category 4 storm left some people questioning what could come next, to which Mother Nature quickly responded with another hurricane: Irma. […]

How to Learn From the World’s Best Blogger

Victor Landa September 19, 2017

I was recently asked for the name the world’s best blogger, which I took to mean, in a roundabout way, my favorite blogger. The questioner was looking to learn from […]

DIECIOCHO Podcast: Hispanic Heritage Month: Why We Should Stop Saying We’re a Nation of Immigrants

Victor Landa September 18, 2017

We’re not a nation of immigrants, we’re an immigrant nation, and there’s a big difference between the two. This 2017 edition of Hispanic Heritage Month is a good time to […]

Motel 6 hotels sending guest lists to ICE

Victor Landa September 13, 2017

At least two Motel 6 locations in Arizona are reporting their guest lists to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) officers, which has resulted in at least 20 arrests, according to […]

Top Trump Latino Slurs

Victor Landa

This wasn’t easy. It’s a difficult thing to choose the Trump Latino slurs greatest hits, there are so many to choose from. But I was up for the challenge. First, […]

Trump DACA Decision Aimed at Fear of a Brown Electorate

Victor Landa September 8, 2017

When Donald Trump swanned down the escalator at Trump Tower in June 2015 and announced he was running for president, he said he felt called to duty in order to […]

Latina Coders Killing it in Spite of Silicon Valley

Victor Landa

“Your new boss says there needs to be cutbacks. He asks you to recommend someone to fire. Do you?” Similar scenarios made the 80’s and 90’s sensation, “Scruples” irresistible. The […]